Fall Poem

Enjoying The Beautiful Autumn Season

I love the autumn season! It's a beautiful time of year when all the maple trees are changing colors and the sweaters come out! The sun sets lower in the sky, and illuminates all the different shades of colors from each tree! I wrote this back on October 18, 1994.

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Very good. It brings me back to my childhood days when I would know that Autumn was on the way. The colors, the harvest, the year-end holidays and the coolness of the nights and early...

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Autumn

Lisa K. Putnam © more by Lisa K. Putnam

Published by Family Friend Poems September 2018 with permission of the author.

Misty mornings, frosted lawns
The wind is blowing a winter's song.

Changing colors of the leaves,
Slowly falling from the trees.

Soon the trees will all be bare,
Offering no shelter taken there.

So gather up the summer's harvest,
For darker days are now upon us!

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ABOUT THE POET:

I lost my daughter Julia at the age of twenty years old, also my grandson Josiah 35 months old in a tragic car accident on 4-16-2004. They both were my pride and joy, and I miss them each and every day. I know they are in the loving presence of our Lord, and one day we will all be reunited! Until than I will write my poems to share with other...

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Very good. It brings me back to my childhood days when I would know that Autumn was on the way. The colors, the harvest, the year-end holidays and the coolness of the nights and early mornings. I remember how neat it was to make frost/steam come from my mouth and how I would leave my coat or sweater at school because by the end of the day it would be to warm too think about a coat or sweater.

I thank you for enjoying my poem! Autumn is my favorite season of the year. I love everything about it!
Thanks again,
Lisa K. Putnam

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